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When families travel to a distant city for a major event, stories worth telling will develop. Whether it’s a wedding, funeral, reunion, graduation, birth of a new baby, or other large party, family members are bound to interact, clash, fight, cry, lie, scream, laugh, gossip and many combinations of those. There is nearly a feeling of dread when we see an invitation to a large, distant event arrive in the mail. I considered skipping my cousin’s son’s Bar Mitzvah in Atlanta in order to avoid expensive, stressful travel and the imminent family drama. I expected my sons to resist going, but it turned out they were enthusiastic.

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